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with us today. >> i thought we would start with the national securities moment since the attacks in libya. the head of the national security council testified that the attack was indeed a terrorist attack. she said it appeared opportunistic. what more do we know about it being opportunistic and not premeditated? are we seeing evidence that it was planned? who might be behind it? >> i was curious by those who are hesitant to call it a terrorist attack. it had all the attributes of any accepted definition of terrorism. it was the use of violence to carry out a political mission. clearly that is what happened. i do not think we know enough now to know whether it was opportunistic. whether it was planned to occur on september 11 or whether it was a plan they had on the shelf and when they saw what was happening in response to the anti-muslim film, they seized the moment in carried it out. it clearly was not just spontaneous. they knew what they were doing. the effects are not all clear. at the briefing we had on thursday with secretary clinton, it is clear our investigation is still ongoing.
! >>> right now the clock is ticking. libya's leaders are ordering all militias to be disbanded and giving them 48 hours to do that. this comes in more of the wake of protests in benghazi. they are lashing out over the powerful groups that control controlling the cooling. i'm jamie colby. >> i'm kelly wright in for eric shawn. >> two groups are expected that killed a u.s. ambassador. our greg palkot is streaming live from tripoli with the latest developments in libya. >> reporter: remarkable. we have been watching the government seeming to crack down on the militants. they have been causing so many problems and it might have something to do with the killing of the ambassador and other americans. we have been watching an outpouring of violence. we saw compounds being ransacked. we saw protestors and militia members being killed, being injured. by monday night according to the government all the armed gangs have to get into line. they have to give up weapons and follow orders from the government. one of key targets of this is the islamist militant group, they have left two different cities.
. we know this part of eastern libya is a center for a lot of violent islamist extremist groups. that was clearly known by intelligence. they do not think you suddenly do something as organized and this was with the equipment's and the weapons systems they had. and with the skillful operators. we have a testimony from people who were in that second building that the murders hit with a remarkable exactness. this was ready to go. >> there were news reports that ambassador stephen said he thought he was a target of al qaeda. is there a connection between him thinking al qaeda was targeting him. what happened at? >> probably. we do not know. chris stevens was a believer in the people of libya. that is why they're mourning his death. it is quite logical that he would be a target of al qaeda or groups associated with al qaeda. whether they knew he was at the compound on september 11, we do not know yet. some people have dismissed that and said it was accidental. i do not yet. the best information i have had is that ambassador stevens was in benghazi to open a cultural center. that wou
the obvious that the deadly attack on our people in libya last week was not a spontaneous mob reaction to an ugly antimuslim movie but rather a well planned coordinated terrorist attack. call it benghazi gate. the question of what the obama administration knew you about the true nature of the assault that killed our ambassador chris stevens and the three other brave americans and when they knew it and consider the possibility that this unfolding scandal will become a serious distraction for the president as he tries to capitalize on rival mitt romney's own week be from hell including mr. romney's comment about the 47% who don't pay any income tax and who therefore will never vote for him, the release this weekend of the governor's 2011 tax returns and the widespread feeling in the mainstream media at least that governor romney is losing this race. >> you are the c.e.o. of this campaign. a lot of republicans would like to know, a lot of your doan hes would like to know how do you turn this thing around. you have a little more than six weeks. what do you do? >> well, it it doesn't need a
in libya. last week the media bought the white house spin. have they changed their coverage now that we know it was a terror attack? >> now there is proof the department of justice colluded with media matters to hammer doj critics. what wrong with this picture? speaking of pictures, candid photos of kate middleton gets a big reaction from the royal family and the press. >> reverend jesse jackson makes an historic trip to free two captive americans and mainstream media are no shows. nbc compares to liberal noise makers with the success of fox news. >> if you are going to be successful on national television you are going to have imitators. look. let's be honest here, not many people is obnoxious as i am. >> jon: on the panel this week, fox news contributor, judy miller, richard grenell that served as press spokesman. jim pinkerton, from the american conservative magazine and juan williams. i'm jon scott. >> jon: hidden camera clip made public by mother jones magazine became the focus of mainstream s. >>> cnn reported the video caught fire as damaging material to the presidential nominee.
. just hours after an ultimatum is issued by the president of libya, militia groups have begun to disband, in the wake of the deadly protest in benghazi. pro-american demonstrators have lashed out at the armed militia groups, they say operate outside the confines of government. good morning to all of you, thanks for staying with us. this is a brand-new hour inside america's election headquarters. >> the new government demand comes after a spate of violence has erupted and believed to be carried out by militias in the area, including the attack on the u.s. consulate that killed ambassador stevens. we have more details here. gregg, what's the latest on the crackdown unfolding in libya? >> reporter: yeah. the u.s. government officials are pleased with what the libyan government is now finally say about this militias, as the militants are tied to a lot of troubles and possibly tied to the killing of u.s. ambassador chris stevens and three other americans nearly 2 weeks ago. we have been watching the public apinger and the violence out of the eastern libyan city of benghazi with compounds rans
in libya, national security has finally become part of the president's campaign. joining us now is obama senior >> guest: thanks for having me. >> chris: last show, susan rice came on this program and i asked her about the attack on the american consulate in benghazi and this is what she said. >> the best information we have federal is that it was not a preplanned attack. it was a spontanous reaction to what happened in cairo as a consequence of the video. >> chris: why did ambassador rice give bad information. >> guest: at the point she gave that answer is the answer show gave and she has far more information than i do. we have learned more and as the investigation continues, i anticipate we will continue to learn more facts about the awful assassination and murder of our great ambassador in libya. you saw the white house say it was a terror attack and no one wants to get to the bottom of this more than the president and secretary of state so that we can protect our missions and consulate throughout the world and remain engaged. >> chris: i specifically asked the ambassador of libya who
attacks in libya. last week the media bought the white house spin. have they changed their coverage now that we know it was a terror attack? now there is proof the department of justice colluded with media matters who hammer doj critics. what is wrong with this picture? speaking of pictures, candid photos of kate middleton get a big reaction from the royal family and press. reverend jesse jackson make a historic trip to free two captive americans and mainstream media are no shows. nbc compares liberal noise makers with the success of fox news. >> if you are going to be successful in national television you are going to have imitators, but look, let's can honest here, not many people is obnoxious as i am. >> jon: on the panel, judy miller, richard grenell that served as press spokesman, jim pinger man and fox news political analyst juan williams. i'm jon scott. fox news watch is on right now. >> jon: hidden camera clip made public by mother jones magazine became the focus of mainstream press. video caught fire as potentially damaging material to the republican presidential nominee. assoc
attack in libya. with the white house changing its story about what happened during the assault on the u.s. consulate there is new criticism. will national security now become a campaignish are shoe? we will sit down with obama campaign senior advisor robert gibbs. and then, caught on tape, mitt romney's comments about people who don't pay federal taxes who he says will never support him. can his campaign find a way out of this mess? we will ask a key romney support, wisconsin governor scott walker. gibbs and walker only on "fox news sunday." plus, new polls in key battle ground states give a boost to the president. we'll ask our sunday group if the upcoming debates are romney's best chance to turn things around. and from a stop at a burger joint to grandkids on a campaign flight, we'll go on the trail all right now on "fox news sunday." >> chris: and hello again from fox news in washington. with antiamerican violence across the islamic world and growing questions about what really happened at the u.s. consulate in libya national security has finally become part of the presidential campa
bases in eastern libya. benghazi, counter protesters are trying to reclaim the city. >> the pro-democracy demonstrators began taking the situation into their own hands and storming various headquarters of known extremist militias in the city of benghazi. >> counter protesters were met by some resistance. four people were killed and dozens injured on friday night. >> the wife of a missing retired fbi agent hopes to meet with the president of iran to plea for her husband's safe return. robert levenson disappeared on an island off iran's coast in 2007. now billboards with his picture are up in new york in hopes iran's president will see them when he attends the u.n. assembly next week. >> 33 years of service to the united states deserves something. >> iran's president has repeatedly turned down meeting requests from his wife. >>> at least 220 people were killed today in syria with government forces shelling the damascus suburbs. they're moving into territories the fighters have seized. the group has many soldiers who defected from syria's army to fight the regime. >> i'm not fighti
, harris. >> and now let's go to libya and the terror attack on the u.s. consulate that killed four americans. new details coming out showing the terrorists behind the assault may have known a lot p and here is what we know so far. the attack appears to have been coordinated well in advance and likely carried out as part after joint operation between two groups, the fbi, looking into whether it was an inside job, and working now to find out just how much the terrorists really knew about our consulate and who was in there at the time of the hit. chief intelligence correspondent catherine herridge. >> on the sunday talk shows ahead of the house intelligence committee saying the terrorists seemed to know more than the consulate. >> and there is some indication they may have known that the ambassador was there or in the area at the time of the attack, but 9/11 is probably more important to that equation than even the the be ambassador. >> as for the libyan security forces melted away when the attack unfolded, an intelligence source on the ground in libya telling that 100 militants atta
administration has taken a lot of heat on what is happening in libya. republicans are calling the way the attack was handled, quote, a debacle. thank you, very much, great to see you. i would like to start -- >> good to be here. >> with a quote from senator bob corker, briefed by secretary of state clinton and several intelligence leaders late last week about the attacks on benghazi and what was happening in egypt. he said, this is a direct quote -- that was the most useless, worthless briefing i have attended in a long time. this from a senator, not prone it overstatement. what's your take on that? >> i agree. we also in the house received the same briefing. i don't know if they said the same things, but it was the same participants. it was led by our house foreign affairs committee. so many members came, it was a bipartisan meeting. we can't get into the details. but i get more information from fox news than i would get at that briefing. they said, all of this is classified and all of this is sensitive information. you can't talk about t. here's what's happening. we have an administration that
>> axelrod: tonight, turnabout in libya. angry protesters in benghazi turn on groups suspected of killing the u.s. ambassador. elizabeth palmer is there. his campaign is under fire from fellow republicans, but mitt romney says he's hanging tough. jan crawford and dean reynolds have the latest on campaign 2012. with arizona police now able to demand proof of legal residency, john blackstone shows us how immigrants are planning to cope. >> reporter: are you born here? >> you don't have to answer that. >> axelrod: and hawaii hazard. ben tracy is tracking a dock broken loose in japan's tsunami, now moving towards hawaii. captioning sponsored by cbs this is the "cbs evening news." >> axelrod: good evening. i'm jim axelrod. the shock waves from that anti-islamic video are still reverberating in the muslim world this weekend. hundreds of protesters battled with police today in bangladesh, and thousands marched in nigeria as well. in libya, a new twist-- attacks on islamic militia groups the residents say the libyan army has failed to control. in benghazi, elizabeth palmer saw the wors
america's news head quarterings. dramatic developments libya sparked in part by the killing of ambassador stevens. thousands of libya storming militia buildings in benghazi and setting them on fire and a revolution to get rid of the militants and quad quatted. and fbi agents are investigating whether the attack on our consulate was an inside job. rough weather a concern out west. high alert as lightning and high winds spark new fires and fuel the fires that are burning. severe flooding in alaska and the governor declaring a state of emergency forecasters are watching tropical storm mirian out in the pacific. i am harris faulkner. now let's get you back to huckabee. >> when republicans critize obama care democrats come up with responses like these. >> i searched in vain for the republican health care bill because the have no alternative. >> they will see the republican alternative which i am sorry to say is nonexistent. >> shrill voices of opposition are ratched yup loudly spreading fabrication and fear and remarkably silent when asked to produce ideas of their own. >> i don't know what th
that you are talking about, b first i want to get you up to speed. a score in libya where two is m islamic groups are shutting down in libya in response to protester demands, and in beazi, protesters are trying to take back over the city. >> protesters are taking the situation into their own arms and taking on known extremists in benghazi. >> there were dozens injured on friday night there, and we will have more. >>> the retired agent of a cia agent wants to meet with the president of iran to plead for her husband return. he disappeared in 2007, and now pictures are up in hopes that mahmoud ahmadinejad will see them. he was seen two years ago pleading with the u.s. government for his release. >> 33 years of service to the united states, and i deserve something. >> the iran's president has repeatedly turned down requests from levinson's wife. >>> at least 220 people were killed today in syria with government forces shelling aleppo and the government forces, and this comes as the syrian free army are moving into territory that the fighters have seized. they have many defectors from the syria
. there have been massive protests in libya, 30,000, 40,000 people which is a huge population of a tiny country like libya and they're protesting against the killing against ambassador stevens and extremism. every major religious leader across the muslim world acrossed board condemned violent protests and condemned calls for extreme action and radicalism. it's just a question of what we're paying attention to. we tend to focus on the things that produce the best images on tv. >> i want to read something from the "new york times" in this article. the muslim world -- the muslim world cannot visit both ways. they cannot place islam at the center of political light and in extreme cases political violence while at the same time declaring that the religion is off-limits to contestation and ridicule. is there a belief in the muslim world that you can't have -- can you have it both ways? that the prophet mohammed or cannot in any way be depicted at all? is it a sense that the muslim world wants it both ways? >> i don't think roger cohen is being fair and accurate. prophet mohammed is a deeply contested
's the significance of what happened over the weekend in libya to the situation that we're trying to come to terms with and react to, the killing of the u.s. ambassador, chris stevens, and the attack on our consulate in benghazi? guest: there are really two points we should take away from what's going on in libya. the first is the response to the libyan government and in this case the libyan people actually attacking the terroristis are really quite encouraging, very different from the egyptian response, of course, again. the egyptian government did not denounce the attacks until a couple of days later when it was under pressure, the ruling party called for new protests in libya, very different, immediate denunciation of the attacks, the need to step up the deal esp confrontation with militants. but the second thing we have to remember about libya, this is still an instance in which a different kind of, you know, unofficial response, that is, you know, to put it mildly, a different kind of mob response, one that we like, one that was very much antiterrorist was used to fight the terrorists, and th
that of we have been talking about. while in libya, thousands are threatening a revolution to get rid of militias there and extremists. catherine herridge joining us for the latest. >> let's go to pakistan, the maker of the youtube trailer and the senior member of the government in pakistan announcing a $100,000 reward for anyone who kills him and what's key here, the minister is calling on al-qaeda and the taliban to join in this quote, blessed mission. in benghazi, hundreds protesting against the militia blamed for the a tack on the embassy. and to rid them of the those in eastern libya and the collapse of the regime. and a source telling the evidence points to a joint evident by al sharia not tied with al-qaeda, but sympathetic tried to fail establishing a state in eastern libya. and, the detainee is linked to the group in libya considered the most extremely. given the consulate attack is now branded tyrannyism, why the obama administration seems to be leaning to criminal prosecution. >> how could an attack go that long and what kind of response do we have in place for an attack th
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and comments, all our live coverage online. >> the testified that the attacks in libya that killed the ambassador were terror attacks. it was joined at the hearing by janet napolitano. she talked about national security concerns in aviation, violent extremism, and cyber terrorism. this is just under two hours. >> the hearing will come to order. good morning to all. this is our annual, our committee's annual home lapd threat assessment hearing -- homeland threat assessment hearing. i want to welcome back janet napolitano, secretary of department of homeland security, and matt olsen, and the associate deputy director, kevin perkins, who is standing in for director bob mueller today. the director had to undergo unexpected surgery resulting from complications associated with recent dental treatment. he's unable to join us today. but we welcome mr. perkins in his stead. we with confidence we extend best regards to the director for a speedy recovery. this will be the final time that i have the privilege of chairing this annual hearing, so i want to use this opportunity to thank each of y
.s. institutions and attacks of the u.s. consulate in libya as well as other things. the fact he is retiring from the senate this year and returning to private life. we will show you a little bit of the interview. part of the interview he talks about the attacks, whether or not there was a terrorist attack, and the fact he is puzzled by some of the reaction by the administration that does not identify the attack as a terrorist attack. >> i was puzzled by some people in the administration who was hesitant to call it a terrorist attack. whether it was planned, premeditated, or spontaneous, it had all the attributes of any accepted definition of terrorism. it was the use of violence to carry out a political mission. clearly, that is what happened. i do not think we know enough yet not to know whether it was opportunistic. whether it planned to occur on september 11 or whether it was a plan -- if i could put it this way -- they had it on the shelf. when the saw what was happening in response to the anti muslim film, they seized a moment and carried it out. it clearly was not just spontaneous. they kn
couple weeks. we do have a presidential campaign. we have a crisis in libya. we have a whole bunch of questions that should be asked about that. >> we know they have one brain. [ laughter ] >> it was a tough week to have a good news story and story, by the way, this muslim country, a country in which most of the people are muslims and they did a good humanitarian thing, guaranteed not to make headlines. >> it should have made headlines gambia, they are trying to clear the jails by killing everybody. it's more than likely the men would have been killed. i suspect these men are apparently west african disscent and a lot of people think it's old news or something. >> i just wondered if it had something to do with the fact that he seemed to get more coverage for these kinds of missions when he was presidential candidate or considered a viable possible president. do you think that has changed? it doesn't seem like jackson's turn in the white house is ever going to come. does he get less attention? >> that inevitable but it also feels like it's a replay on a smaller scale on some of work
of exactly what went down in libya nearly two weeks ago. >> what happened in benghazi was a terrorist attack. >> the confusion started on september 12. >> no acts of terror what other shake this nation. >> top officials spent the next week insisting they could not say it was a terror attack and suggested it was more likely a spontaneous reaction to an anti-muslim film. >> in fact, this was not a preplanned, premeditated attack. >> i will not put labels on this until we have a complete investigation. >> our interest is in finding the facts of what happened, not taking what we have read in the newspaper in making bold assertions. >> even when carney flipped his thinking and told reporters it was self evident there was a terror attack within a couple of hours, the president was asked whether it was terror and would not directly answer. >> we are still doing an investigation. there will be different circumstances in different countries. i do not want to speak on anything until we have more information. >> the ping-pong answers coupled with a closed door briefing, the senator called a waste of ti
and pakistan, but in libya people are protesting for democracy and fighting back against radical islamists. they say three will be closed in a week of protesting. our senior international correspondent arwa damon is in libya. >> reporter: they're certainly at least at this point in team seem to be having a ripple-on effect. to begin with what happened friday in the afternoon, pro-democracy demonstrators took to the streets demanding an end to the existence of armed militias, demanding that the government forces, the army and the police, be the only authority on the streets of the country. following that, at night we saw hundreds of vilks storming one of the headquarters of a known militant group in benghazi after they initially managed to peacefully take over that location, they then set their sights on a second area. this turned out to be a battalion that is, in fact, endorsed by the government. it did result in some clashes that caused injuries and casualties and then the army eventually in the early morning hours moved in, especially trying to remove massive weapons. we arrived on site
that a con sul attack in libya was relate to do an anti-islamic film. that was the attack, of course, that killed ambassador stevens and three other americans. a on the state of the union, republican congressman mike rogers said terrorists could have been targeting the ambassador, but the fact it happened on the anniversary of 9/11 is a more likely factor. the white house continues to say there is no proof the consulate violence was planned, but it has been concluded it was a terrorist attack. >>> one question on everybody's mind? how is it that the most powerful nation on earth can't even protect its own envoys in far away countries. hillary clinton made it clear that security isn't optional for her state department. >> good afternoon. when i reached the congress, i made it clear that keeping our people everywhere in the world safe is our top priority. what happened in benghazi was a terrorist attack and we will not rest until we have tracked down and brought to justice the terrorist who murdered four americans. >> of course, this just begs the question if security is the priority,
they are. and, new information about the deadly consulate attack in libya raises new questions about the administration's response. we'll have the latest on that. and a look at the winners and the losers in the chicago teachers strike. ♪ >> welcome to the journal, editorial report. i'm paul gigot, after another rough week for republican presidential hopeful mitt romney, whose advisors have on a plan to reset the struggling campaign dubbed more mitt. the idea is to put the candidate and policy ideas front and center, speeches, campaign appearances and tv ads like this one. >> my plan is to help the middle class. trade has to work for america, that means crack down on cheaters like china and open new markets. next, got to balance the budget. we've got to cut the deficit. we've got to stop spending more money than we take in. and regulations and health care policies that help small business and put those in place, 12 million new jobs in four years. >> paul: the question is, will it work? let's ask wall street journal columnist and deputy editor dan henninger, james freeman and washin
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